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Microsoft releases Windows 10 19H1 build 18309 in fast ring

04 January 2019 1

Microsoft has kicked off the new year 2019 by releasing Windows 10 19H1 build 18309 for Insiders in Fast and Skip Ahead ring. It is essentially a minor update but there are a number of noteworthy features. There is nothing huge but all these changes are meant to enhance the user experience which is something users can surely appreciate.

The first major change in Windows 10 19H1 build 18309 is the newer reset PIN experience. It has now been made a lot easier to rest your 4-digit PIN if you happen to forget it. The process is to simply to enter your linked Microsoft account's password and set a new PIN on the next screen. This new PIN resetting experience was introduced on Windows 10 Home but has now been made available on all the versions.

The update also streamlines the process of signing to Windows 10 without having to enter the Microsoft account password every time. It will work in all the versions of Windows 10 once Windows Hello, PIN or fingerprint scanning has been set up.

The team has further made improvements to the Narrator like adding more voices. The improvements have been made to the navigation interface by making actions like QuickStart and Settings turn into buttons and not ListView items. Other changes include an improved reading of controls while navigating and editing, improved table reading in PowerPoint, improved reading and navigating experiences with Chrome and Narrator, and improved interacting with Chrome menus with Narrator.

There are tons of other small improvements included with the Windows 10 19H1 build. If you are interested in the changelog, it can be checked by visiting the link below. As for the update itself, it should become available to you if you are in Fast ring or ​Skip ahead ring.


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